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We’ll Leave It There So: Sepp's on another planet, it's World Cup eve and all today’s sports

There was also reaction to the GAA’s hurling rule change, Connacht have signed two Leinster players on loan while the US Open starts tomorrow.

NEED TO CATCH up? TheScore.ie brings you a round-up of today’s sports news…

US Open Golf Martin Kaymer watches his tee shot on the third hole during a practice round for the U.S. Open. Source: AP/Press Association Images

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The Spanish squad train ahead of their opening World Cup game on Friday. Intense.

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Where we were today

Paul Fennessy was on the RTÉ Six One News discussing the phenomenon that is collecting World Cup stickers.

Fenno on the news Source: RTÉ Player

On the record

We wonder one day if our game is played on other planets. Why not? Then we will have not only a World Cup, we will have inter-planetary competitions.”

- Is Sepp Blatter winding us up?

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Miguel Angel Jimenez does his best Robin Thicke impression.

Source: Aaron McAllorum/YouTube

The fixture list

  • The opening game of the World Cup sees hosts Brazil face Croatia in Sao Paolo. Kick-off is 9pm Irish time.
  • The first round of the  114th US Open starts tomorrow at Pinehurst.
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